Czech style pilsner brewed with pear juice and white pear tea. Lightly carbonated, acidic, refreshing pale lager.
Named for a mythological Irish king, with a poisonous eye. He killed everything which his poisonous eye gazed upon. This single dry hopped Citra IPA, brewed in honor of desrruction, is anything but.
Lightly carbonated stout brewed with real chocolate. For a special dessert treat, try this with vanilla gelato- outrageous!
Belgian pale lager, crisp, clean, with a slight carbonation.
Local, interesting, light, citrus, smooth, lightly smoked with Long Island driftwood. Nice spin on the traditional German style.
Big, amazing, malty, smooth quadruple abbey ale. Light banana nougat flavors, a total flavor overload.
Quality Belgian style Tripel golden strong ale. Slightly sweet malt character.
Classic vienna style lager, with mild British dry hopping. This is the epitome of the American classic.
Belgian style brown ale brewed with a ton of raisins, brown sugar, malts, and Belgian yeast. One of the most ridiculously drinkable beers in the high ABV range, very limited release.
A gose is a traditional German style beer. Brewed with sea salt, coriander, and lemon verbena, light slightly sour, and carbonated refresher.
A blend of very bitter, big malts, and a variety of hop strains. An imperial Black IPA.
Beautifully executed dry hopped saison.
English inspired barely sweet, dry, locally made, wine-like cider.
Local wild ale. A perfect balance between funky, earthy, and unique.
Big "Rembunctious IPA." Minimal hop bitterness followed by a shock wave of aroma and color.
Big, roasted, malty, imperial stout. "The ultimate celebration of dark malts."
Something to begin with, something to end with. Fully, but not overwhelmingly carbonated. Light, crispy, refreshing belgian style witbier, bursting with good karma.
Triple fermented Canadian Belgian style tripel golden ale. Belgian yeast, with soft malts, meet fruity, spicy flavors, with a warm dry finish.
"Initially, a very good mouth feel of alcohol and softness. This is followed by an increasing bitterness, partially from the hop, but also from the roasted malt and chocolate malt. Towards the end a nice balance between bitterness, sour, and sweet." Dark Belgian ale.
This ancient ale proves that beside a bottle of wine on the Italian dinner table, should be a place for beer. Specialty ingredients include hazelnut flour, pomegranates, Italian chestnut honey, Delaware wildflower honey, and clover honey. A handful of whole-flower hops are added, but the bulk of the bitterness comes from gentian root and the sarsaparilla-like Ethiopian myrrh resin.
Incredible depth of malt flavor, rich with notes of espresso, bakers cocoa, roasted grain, and a light hint of smoke. Narwahl is a massive hop forward monster.
Classic Boston amber lager. Malty, hoppy, well balanced, crisp, and clean.
Hoppy triple style golden ale. Mildly yeasty, and malty with fruity, floral notes, and a clean finish.
A perfumey, hoppy, floral scented Italian beer. It is a light bodied, dry hopped beer with a crisp refreshing finish.
Blueberries, blackberries, hops, belgian yeast
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